Famoda Farm in Taylors is celebrating its 60th year in business this year with a new on-site farmers market called Grazers Farm to Table.
Author: Livin' Upstate SC
If you love to read or if you’re looking for tips on how to get your own work published, you’ll want to attend the Southern Author Expo on Saturday, January 22, from 2 p.m. until 3:45 p.m.
Jobs, natural resources and quality of life all contributed to the Upstate’s best places to live, work or retire rankings in 2021 and are reasons why the Upstate population is expected to grow by almost 400,000 by 2040, according to Ten at the Top.
The Anderson International Festival, GermanFest, begins next week with a kickoff event at Anderson Arts Center followed by a series of countywide activities held through March.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park was established in 1926. Almost a hundred years later it’s the most visited of all the national parks. And today, Ingles Open Road is visiting one of its very special places, Cataloochee Valley.
Manufacturing professionals in South Carolina are hopeful that as plastics become stronger and capable of handling more, its mounting use in the ground-up construction of an aircraft will continue to make them lighter, more fuel efficient and much cheaper.
As 2021 nears its end, we looked back to see which stories got the most attention during the year. Your favorites crossed the Upstate from Spartanburg and Easley to Lake Hartwell and Sugar Tit, covering topics from best places to live to fishing and food.
When Annmarie Hayes moved to Simpsonville, SC from Florida 10 years ago, the personal care aide began searching for someone to care for, finding both a career at Interim HealthCare of the Upstate and a decade-long friendship with Nancy Broz.